Exactpro launches th2 test automation toolkit


    Exactpro, a software testing provider, has inaugurated th2, a next-generation test automation toolkit for functional as well as non-functional testing of complicated financial systems. The th2 toolkit is formulated to facilitate productive machine learning (ML)-driven testing for problematic distributed transaction processing systems, such as securities trading systems and exchanges, brokerage, banking, post-trade, and payments platforms. 

    th2 is a Kubernetes-driven microservices solution. It functions by leveraging a technology stack with an open interface, permitting users to obtain digital technology such as the cloud and distributed ledger technology. th2 has already been deployed by numerous companies, one of them being Airbus‘ subsidiary Skytra, they have implemented this technology for their ML-driven testing of Quod Financial’s technology. It can also be used to integrate with a wide range of existing network protocols, frameworks, and test tools. 

    Alexey Zverev, CEO and co-founder of Exactpro, says: “th2 represents the next generation of automated testing platforms. We believe its usage will eventually transform the way firms approach their functional and non-functional testing processes. We look forward to rolling the framework out over the coming months and developing further use cases with our clients and partners.”

    Users of th2 will be able to perform complicated test algorithms, perform model-based testing, collect and process distributed test data, and analyze the behavior of the systems under test. Its microservices structure enables enforcing a large variety of automated testing procedures and efficiently integrating them to deal with very problematic test cases and scenarios.

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